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That Is One Sneaky Pet: Can You Find The Dog Hidden In Each One Of These Pictures?
January 18, 2013
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Ontario-based graphic designer and Instagram user Andrew Knapp started taking pictures of his dog Momo a while back as gifts for his nieces and nephews.

While he was out playing fetch with the dog, he noticed that Momo had some serious camouflage skills: he would run off and disappear into the landscape, sometimes before Andrew even threw a stick.

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So he decided to start taking shots of Momo hiding in plain sight. He posts the images on Instagram, and he's started a blog called GoFindMomo.com. He's even considering making a book out of the shots.

Can you find the hidden dog in all these pics? Some of them are easier than others.

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Via: This Is Colossal

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